Penn State Hershey medical students Jessica Hartley, left, and Brittney Hacken talk with doctors Ryan Ridenour, left, and Tom Covaleski at Mount Nittany Medical Center on Thursday. The hospital will begin offering a residency program in 2015.
Penn State Hershey medical students Jessica Hartley, left, and Brittney Hacken talk with doctors Ryan Ridenour, left, and Tom Covaleski at Mount Nittany Medical Center on Thursday. The hospital will begin offering a residency program in 2015. CDT photo
Penn State Hershey medical students Jessica Hartley, left, and Brittney Hacken talk with doctors Ryan Ridenour, left, and Tom Covaleski at Mount Nittany Medical Center on Thursday. The hospital will begin offering a residency program in 2015. CDT photo

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